March 13, 2012 9:53

Deadmau5 to headline Wireless Festival 2012 – ticket details

Nicki Minaj, Maverick Sabre and Ms Dynamite also join the London's festival line-up

Deadmau5 to headline Wireless Festival 2012 – ticket details

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Deadmau5 has been confirmed as the final headliner of this summer's Wireless Festival.

The dance titan joins Drake and Rihanna in headlining the event, which runs from July 6–8 in London's Hyde Park. Deadmau5 will headline the opening night (July 6), with Drake topping the bill on the festival's second day (July 7) and the 'Talk That Talk' singer set to close the festival on the following night (July 8).

Also newly confirmed for the event are Nicki Minaj, Pitbull, Maverick Sabre, Feed Me, Knife Party and Ms Dynamite. They join the likes of Example, Jessie J, Professor Green and Wiz Khalifa in playing the festival.

See WirelessFestival.co.uk for more information about the festival.

To check the availability of Wireless Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for Wireless Festival so far is as follows:

Drake
Deadmau5
Rihanna
Professor Green
Example
Wiz Khalifa
Tulisa
A$AP Rocky
Stooshe
Cher Lloyd
Madeon
Nero
Nicki Minaj
Pitbull
Maverick Sabre
Feed Me
Knife Party
Dbanj
Ms Dynamite
Jessie J
J Cole
Flux Pavilion
Rizzle Kicks
Labrinth
Kaskade
Calvin Harris

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